In February 1888, 35-year-old Van Gogh came to Arles to search for his sunshine, wheat fields and sunflowers. After Van Gogh came to Arles, he was very excited, his creation reached a climax, and even reached the point of ecstasy. He is obsessed with sunflowers. Van Gogh dreamed of building a "base" co-created by painters here, called "House of Painters". Later, the troubled Gauguin voluntarily came to live with Van Gogh, which made Van Gogh very grateful. He planned to paint a group of sunflowers to decorate the house where Gauguin would live. When Gauguin arrived, he praised "Sunflower" and said, "Yes, this is the flower!" Van Gogh created a large number of works depicting sunflowers. This one is the most famous among them and is now in the National Gallery in London.
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